I would say to anyone get your own "half decent" basic tool set and start saving money and time..
I have built numerous bikes over the last ten years all modern stuff and have just recently started restoring more vintage steeds 1960's etc.. That normally means buying the odd tool for this and that but to me I would rather spend 10 quid on a tool and do it (or learn to do it) myself than spend 10 quid at the LBS..
Plus with a decent tool kit and a bit of understanding you can start making a bit of cash/Beers doing services and wheel builds for you mates
, most workshops dont really inspire me to give them my bike for work anyway..
Tools I own range from Park tools,Pedros and Ice toolz I find cycle stuff fairly reasonable when you come from Motorcycle Snap on or Teng tools prices
Or just build your own
Wheel truing stand
cost about 4p in wood off cuts & saved 40 quid first time I used it on a wheel build
Working with poor tools is a fcuker as more often than not you end up killing the part you wish to remove costing more in the long run, dont bother with all the fancy headset presses and BB taps either get just the tools for removing main components and dont be scared of top name used items either...